Unidos Podemos has called on the Government to guarantee, through the National Commission of Markets and Competition (CNMC), that electricity distribution companies are not making the new applications for self-consumption difficult following the repeal of the so-called tax. to the sun'.
According to their deputies Eva García Sempere (IU) and Josep Vendrell (In Comú Podem), some of these companies are rejecting requests for discharges, alleging circulars and agreements of the regulatory body, which is why they believe there is a "real risk of it being blocked". through legal tricks the new legislation ".
So they have transferred it to the Government in a set of questions registered in the Congress, to which Europa Press has had access, in which these deputies ask for measures so that the CNMC "supervises and guarantees that there are no grounds for rejection" of the new facilities "citing lack of regulatory development".
"It should be an absolute priority"
And is that, as they argue, "the modification and change of criteria to quickly manage applications for self-consumption should be an absolute priority of the sector and the CNMC itself," so ask the Government to ensure that no There is no blockade and the supervisor "has a special vigilance and gives a temporary solution."
"Otherwise, there could be a blockade of more than a year and there are self-consumers who can start up their facilities and can not do so." There can be no reason for procedural rejection of a legislative mandate, regardless of the degree of regulatory development, "they assert.
On the other hand, they ask the Government to request the CNMC the number of existing rejections by the distributing companies that claim an absence of regulatory development and if it considers that this claim justifies the rejection of the start-up of the new facilities.